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Face of tragic woman who died after getting trapped naked in holiday home airing cupboardA woman who died after getting trapped in a holiday home airing cupboard naked for 24 hours has been pictured for the first time. Ex-policewoman Elizabeth Isherwood, known as Mary, tried for more than 24 hours to escape. Sporty Elizabeth, from Wolverhampton, West Mids, managed to break down a pipe from the airing cupboard and attempted to break down a wall to free herself, but died from hypothermia after getting covered in water. Her devastated family say that other guests reported hearing banging at the time share in Plas Talgarth holiday complex, near Machynlleth, Wales, for more than 24 hours - but ass

umed that there was maintenance being done to the property. Elizabeth Isherwood, known as Mary, had visited the holiday complex on her own for a week (Image: Caters News Agency) Read MoreRelated ArticlesGirl, 5, suffocated after being locked in sweltering car for EIGHT HOURS when teacher forgot about her They are now considering taking legal action against Plas Talgarth. It was only when water started to leak from the property a week later that staff found her locked in the airing cupboard. Her devastated son, Craig, 32, and ex-husband Clive, revealed tha香港6和彩125免费资料 t Mary had been staying at the timeshare, which the family co-owned, by herself, for a week. Mary’s body was found a week later after she failed to check out of the complex and leaking water was discovered coming from her room. Clive continued: “We heard at the inquest that witnesses from the complex had heard banging on the Saturday night. Father and son Craig Isherwood, 33, and Clive, 65, holding Mary Isherwoods order of service after she died in Sept

ember 2017 (Image: Caters News Agency) Mary Isherwood pictured in 2007 with her granddaughter, Molly (Image: Caters News Agency) Read MoreRelated ArticlesHorrified mums warning after man tries to abduct her two-year-old son from Costa Coffee “They

didn’t report anything though as they thought it was maintenance work. “They’d said that the banging stopped at around 5pm on Sunday night and they thought nothing more of it. “Her body wasn’t found until the day she was due to check out which was a week later; so this happened right at the start of her trip. “Maintenance

had been sent to investigate some leaking water and had found Mary’s body trapped in the cupboard. “It must have been awful for her, to be trapped in there. “She’d tried to use a broken pipe to claw her way out, and had made one hole in a wall, and another hole which we later found out, if she’d carried on banging, she probably could’ve escaped through. Mary managed to break down a pipe from the airing cupboard and attempted to break down a wall to free herself (Image: Caters News Agency) Read MoreRelated ArticlesLung cancer mums heartbreaking final wish for two young daughters and husband before her death “She must’ve been exhausted which is why she stopped banging.” Her son, Craig,

said: She hadn’t even unpacked as when they found her body a week later her clothes and case were still in the room untouched. “We are all absolutely devastated to find out what happened. Mum was so sporty, fit, healthy, and loved playing golf. “If anyone could have got out of that cupboard it would have been Mum. “The inquest has brought it

all back to us; it’s been a tough nine months and losing her has left a huge hole in our lives.” Mary quit the police force after coming out as gay and relocated to London where she began working for the Post Office Investigation Service. While in London she met her partner Rosie and the couple moved to New Zealand together in the early 90s. Mary returned to the UK in the early noughties and began working as a carer.

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